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1036  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 28, 2011, 08:54:43 AM
No email here either and I added funds no less than about a month and a half ago. :-\

They already said that funds, trophies and everything else will be exactly as they were. I haven't received an e-mail either though.

Pft, my online wallet is empty and I could care less about trophies. XD What I was referring to was this little snippet from their FAQ thing.

"Q: What if I don’t know which credit card I’ve got attached to my PlayStation Network account?
 A: If you’ve added funds to your PlayStation Network wallet in the past, you should have received a confirmation email from “DoNotReply@ac.playstation.net” at the email address associated with your account. "

Whoever wrote that FAQ is lying through their teeth.
It seems to vary. Some people get it, some people don't. I get my confirmations a day after the transaction. The few times I bought stuff of PSN, I mean.

*facepalms* Actually in this case it's more of me being an idiot who forgets not to trust my reading skills first thing in the morning. I initially interpreted that part I snipped as saying "If you added funds to your PSN in the past you should've received the email we've been supposedly sending out about this incursion." But upon actually doing more than a skim I realize that's not what it says. ...I need coffee.
1037  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 28, 2011, 08:34:56 AM
No email here either and I added funds no less than about a month and a half ago. :-\

They already said that funds, trophies and everything else will be exactly as they were. I haven't received an e-mail either though.

Pft, my online wallet is empty and I could care less about trophies. XD What I was referring to was this little snippet from their FAQ thing.

"Q: What if I don’t know which credit card I’ve got attached to my PlayStation Network account?
 A: If you’ve added funds to your PlayStation Network wallet in the past, you should have received a confirmation email from “DoNotReply@ac.playstation.net” at the email address associated with your account. "

Whoever wrote that FAQ is lying through their teeth.
1038  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 28, 2011, 07:44:08 AM
No email here either and I added funds no less than about a month and a half ago. :-\
1039  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 27, 2011, 04:58:22 PM
Called it:
Class Action Lawsuit Go!
1040  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 27, 2011, 04:23:08 PM
I don't see any reason to boycott them. Maybe not use my credit card with their system anymore but boycott? Totally not. Hell my college suffered a similar data intrusion in my second year and you didn't anyone going "Let's boycott this college for an IT department failure". Unless you've actually lost money/had credit damage as a result of this boycotting seems a bit extreme. Even then I'd be more prone to suggest a Class Action Lawsuit (assuming I have the right one) for money/damages taken before outright boycotting.

Not to derail the hate-train, but a college getting hacked could mean names, addresses, and social security numbers being exposed.  I would be beyond pissed off if that happens considering how important social security numbers are.



We knew. Pretty much as soon as it happened a campus wide email went out to every student detailing all that fun stuff. (Unlike Sony who seems to think sweeping it under the rug for a week is acceptable protocol.) XD No one really was riled up about it. Or if they were they certainly didn't make a public stink of it. Then again I live in a pretty mellow state so...*shrugs*
1041  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 27, 2011, 12:30:53 PM
I don't see any reason to boycott them. Maybe not use my credit card with their system anymore but boycott? Totally not. Hell my college suffered a similar data intrusion in my second year and you didn't anyone going "Let's boycott this college for an IT department failure". Unless you've actually lost money/had credit damage as a result of this boycotting seems a bit extreme. Even then I'd be more prone to suggest a Class Action Lawsuit (assuming I have the right one) for money/damages taken before outright boycotting.
1042  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 27, 2011, 11:48:56 AM
Heh. I'm actually not too worried about my information. I'm way low end income so I really have virtually nothing to lose. XD Strangely the only thing that irks me about this whole thing is after waiting 4 months for a legit copy of Threads of Fate to take on the go this crap happens. XP Someone up there really really must hate ToF. XD *joking*
1043  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: George Hotz (geohot) VS Sony. on: April 27, 2011, 11:22:25 AM
Makes me glad the CC address I had to add isn't my current due to a weird glitch in the banking system at the time. Ah; PS3, it only puts you without a credit card for 7-14 days. XD
1044  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Mega Man Legends 3 on: April 27, 2011, 08:23:59 AM
http://www.siliconera.com/2011/03/11/listen-to-voice-clips-from-mega-man-legends-3/
(Second English clip)

http://www.rpgfan.com/pics/Mega_Man_Legends_3_Prototype_Version/ss-001.jpg

Warning! Warning! 90's Cliched Tomboy Boy-Hater Detected! Abandon Game! Abandon Game!

Well...not literally. But I loathe Aero already. XP She better have one hell of a redeeming quality as the writers have managed to strike the one cliche that irks me just about as much as the "amnesiac hero" does to everyone else around here. I've seen that personality based over-used far too many times in American sitcoms to have any tolerance of it left.
1045  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: FFIV Complete Collection for PSP on: April 26, 2011, 03:16:16 PM
I'll admit my magnitude was off quite a bit for the total attack actions but you're misinterpreting what the ~40 hours was signifying. I'm saying "if" attack animations were extended with those numbers that "then" such an additional length in hours occurs. Not that the game "was/is" that long in current form. Thus why I'm saying it's only a base theory, and still a valid one. I'll give everything the benefit of the doubt and reduce the calculation down to 10% of it's original value (Making it 7,500 attacks in the entirety of the game). That still generates an additional 4+ hours of gameplay padding doing nothing but watching attack animation; which is, IMO, about as ridiculous as 40+ simply because it adds nothing of any value to any game.
1046  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: FFIV Complete Collection for PSP on: April 26, 2011, 01:06:54 PM
ZeronHitaro's ridiculous estimate aside (75,000 actions?  Really?), the abstract attack animations have really never bothered me.

Is it that ridiculous? Let's look at one of the starting areas alone. The Kaipo region. From the walk from the western mountains, to a bit of brief exploration (In order to level up Rydia), to the cave needed to advance the plot I encountered roughly 15 battles (maybe a bit more or less, 15 seems like a good estimate).

Each battle in that region had about 3-4 enemies. For the sake of simplicity I'll just assume a 3 base for each battle. 15 battles x 3 enemies per gives us about 45 enemies total.

Between Cecil and Rydia it only took one attack from each to kill an enemy, not counting all the random variables such as "misses" or damage that was too low for a standard kill or high enough to kill in one hit. 45 enemies x 2 hits per = 90 standard attack actions in one little section.

Keep in mind, this is one of the smaller regions in the game. The longer you play the bigger the dungeons get, the more battles you fight and the more standard attacks it takes to kill a foe. I would bet good money that by the time you have reached game end the total number of standard attack actions is in the tens of thousands range. I will admit that 75K is a bit high but my point still stands. Adding on 2 seconds to an attack animation would accumulate into a respectable number by game's end.
1047  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Neptunia on: April 26, 2011, 12:04:30 PM
This game's development keeps getting weirder and weirder...
1048  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Mega Man Legends 3 on: April 26, 2011, 12:03:22 PM
Aka: MML3's going to be the biggest fanbase tease in existence as it goes down in flames after having been built up to nearly Duke Nuke'em Forever proportions in terms of engine/game readiness?

It's almost a guaranteed "won't happen" because of the timing. The 3DS hasn't had nearly enough time to saturate the market enough to get enough players to show support for this. With summer coming up and gas prices hopping through the roof wallets are going to be tighter than ever, so I don't see 3DSs becoming a wide spread phenomenon until Christmas at least. Something like MML3 would need to be tested pretty much while the 3DS is at system saturation because the Legends split off has always been such a fan base divider.

For every person that loved MML 1 & 2 there has always been another roaring that it's the worst thing to happen to the Megaman franchise in history. Heck you even see major gaming outlets like Gametrailers touting it as the worst Megaman game of all time. Some people take word of mouth from outlets like that quite seriously; so even with a widespread audience MML3 would have an uphill battle if it's survival is based upon how well the prototype does. As is now...I don't see it surviving.
1049  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: FFIV Complete Collection for PSP on: April 26, 2011, 11:55:13 AM
Riiight...because nothing says "emotionally charged response driven only by a misguided pathos focused argument" like a fact grounded in the hard science of mathematics and a basic lesson taught in every Writing or Film 101 class. Whew, you really got me there. If you hadn't caught me I'd be foaming at the mouth.

@jphussey: The 41 hours thing is a rough calculation of how much time one could theoretically tack onto the game by adding on an additional, unavoidable two seconds to each and every standard attack animation.
1050  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: FFIV Complete Collection for PSP on: April 26, 2011, 09:31:31 AM
I find it unnecessary. It's basically like asking a movie to show you every time the protagonist goes to take #2. Just because you don't see it doesn't mean it doesn't happen nor is it relevant to enjoy the content within.

In addition it streamlines the gameplay; which I appreciate. The total time it would take a sprite to leap forward, attack, and leap back again is about 2-3 seconds tops. Doesn't sound like much right? But how many attacks do you make in a game like Final Fantasy IV? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands? That's not an unreasonable estimate. So quick math:

Realistic sprite additional attack animation: 2 seconds
Attack actions taken in the entire game: 75,000
Seconds spent watching attack animations: 150,000 seconds
Seconds exchanged to minutes: 2500 minutes
Minutes exchanged to hours: 41.66666~

So...unless you want to spend about 41 hours enjoying realistic sprite attack animations...I'll take the old fashioned variety thanks.
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